Premium Service Apartments in Central Delhi (by 2020 mid)
5 min drive to MG Road, Close to Delhi and 20 mins to IGI Airport
20 min drive to central Delhi and 15 min drive from IGI Airport
Surrounded by abundant greenery in almost every part of the city, Delhi is lined with green patches, and numerous parks & gardens dot its landscape. The green belts are quite a sight for sore eyes that allow you to appreciate the marvels of nature. Delhi bleeds green, through and through!
Delhi is of great historical significance and has been an important commercial, transport, and cultural hub, as well as the political centre of India. Delhi has been the centre of a succession of mighty empires and powerful kingdoms. Numerous ruins scattered throughout the territory offer a constant reminder of the area’s history.
The ridges and hillsides of the national capital territory abound in thorny trees, such as acacias, as well as seasonal herbaceous species.
Delhi is the capital and a hub for almost all the industries in India. From tourism, artwork, handlooms, cotton and what not. There is so much diversity of culture because of its inflow & outflow of people from almost all the states in India. As a result, there is a greater need for better housing and comfortable stays.
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Popular Experiences in Delhi
Built in 1565 A.D., the Humayun’s Tomb was established in the memory of Humayun by his widow Bega Begam, and was the first example of Mughal architecture in India. The tomb is inspired by Persian architecture which is reflected in the corridors arched alcoves, and the double dome.
Dedicated to Bhagwan Swaminarayan, Akshardham Temple exhibits the ancient culture of India. The temple complex maintains a step-well styled courtyard and 60 acres of lush lawns featuring the bronze statues of Indian heroes, including patriots and warriors. The temple is an architectural marvel built from intricately carved sandstone and marble.
Constructed in 1639 by the Mughals, Red Fort gets its name from its massive red-coloured sandstone walls. Set in Old Delhi, the octagonal-shaped fort is spread over an area of 254 acres. The planning and designing of the fort is a fusion of Mughal, Persian, Hindu, and Timurid traditions.
Set in the heart of National Capital and popularly known as CP, Connaught Place is considered as the most expensive commercial markets in the world. It is popular for housing showrooms of national and international brands, luxurious hotels and flea markets. The equinoctial sundial, Jantar Mantar, and Gurudwara Bangla Sahib featuring a reflecting pool, are extremely popular among tourists visiting Connaught Place.
An outdoor marketplace located near INA Market, Dilli Haat is a permanent bazaar run by the Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation. It has over 62 stalls presenting handicrafts ranging from antiques to jewellery, clothing, home furnishings, and toys. The traditional rural ambience is backed by multiple food kiosks to keep your tummy full anytime you go. Dilli Haat also organizes many cultural events, including dance and music performances and aims to preserve the heritage of India.